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What are the symptoms of avian flu?

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Dr. Michelle Ramirez-joglar
Pediatrics 19 years experience
See below: Patients have presented with respiratory tract infections, many of which have progressed to severe pneumonia. Presenting signs and symptoms may include fever, cough, dyspnea, headache, myalgias, and malaise.
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What are the symptoms of bird flu(avian influenza)?

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Dr. Larry Lutwick
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H5N1 avian influenza: Causes a severe influenza transmitted directly from infected birds or their droppings to humans. The disease is generally a severe, progressive respiratory disease with a 50% mortality rate. Fortunately, it does not easily spread from person to person.
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